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#14-03 Research Associate, 100% time, Evaluating DMI, Hammerman, 3/10/14

#14-04 Desktop Support Specialist, 80-100% time, Information Services, Macolini, 3/27/14

More information about both jobs (pdf).

Posted 4/1/14


DATA ASSISTANT
Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation, Boston, MA

The Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation (MLAC) is accepting applications for a part-time Data Assistant to support MLAC's Director of Policy Analysis. The Data Assistant gathers and maintains the data necessary to create detailed reports for several data-based projects which support MLAC-funded programs providing civil legal aid to low income elders, individuals with disabilities, victims of domestic violence, and families threatened with foreclosure.

The Data Assistant will be responsible for:

- importing electronic data and identifying and resolving inconsistencies in data and other data problems (sometimes through communication with legal services program staff);
- consolidating data from reports and other materials;
- supporting the development of data through outside sources including Census.gov; and
- supporting the development of or creating regular reports and materials.

The ideal candidate will have strong technical skills including facility with numbers, a high level of attention to detail, and substantial experience with data and databases. MS Office products proficiency is required with exceptional experience in Excel and solid experience with data and databases such as Access and Sales Force. Knowledge of and experience with legal services and/or human services is a plus, as is experience working with issues of low-income people and diverse communities. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

The Data Assistant must commit to working 14 hours per week for the foreseeable future. Compensation, including prorated fringe benefits, is competitive, depending on experience.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume in Word or PDF by Wednesday, April 2 to Danielle Hines-Graham, Operations Manager, at dhines@mlac.org. Please write “Data Assistant” in the Subject line. No phone calls, please.

MLAC was established in 1983 to ensure that low-income people with critical, non-criminal legal problems would have access to legal information, advice and representation. It is the largest funding source for civil legal aid programs in the Commonwealth. A crucial part of MLAC’s vision is supporting cultural and linguistic competence, as well as ensuring diversity of staff and volunteers so clients can be best served. More information is at www.mlac.org.

MLAC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities on request. MLAC is committed to diversity in its workforce. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.

Posted 3/24/14


Legislative Aide, State Representative Liz Malia (D-Boston), Massachusetts House of Representatives

Job Description: State Representative Malia is looking for a full-time Legislative Aide. In addition to regular but flexible business hours Monday through Friday, the position requires attendance at various meetings/events during evenings and occasional weekends.

Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree, with two or more years relevant work experience preferred
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Proficiency in Microsoft programs, especially Word, Excel, Outlook
- Strong organizational skills, ability to manage numerous projects in a fast-paced environment, ability to complete multiple assignments and duties in a timely manner, attention to detail
- Respect, empathy, and ability to maintain confidentiality when working with constituents, colleagues, community organizations, and the general public
- Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to work well with colleagues, advocates, and constituents
- Interest in public policy and politics
- Proficiency in Spanish preferred
- Knowledge of legislative process preferred

Responsibilities include but not limited to:
- Help maintain the Representative’s schedule
- Answer phones
- Process the daily mail
- Receive and discuss with Representative and Staff Director constituent contacts received
- Draft correspondence, including but not limited to, constituent response letters and emails, grant support and recommendation letters, citations and resolutions
- Maintain constituent service records
- Organize, chair, and attend various daytime and evening district/community and local government meetings
- Respond to and resolve constituent questions and problems
- Respond to constituent contacts received via email, phone, and letters
- Write and distribute press releases and other documents
- Help maintain communication with relevant city, state, and federal officials regarding district issues
- Develop and maintain awareness of ongoing district issues
- Help with the supervision of interns
- Meet with constituents, advocacy organizations, lobbyists

Members of underrepresented groups encouraged to apply.

To apply: Please submit cover letter and résumé, via email or mail, to Caitlin Beresin in the Office of State Representative Liz Malia at Caitlin.Beresin@mahouse.gov.

Posted 3/10/14


Executive Director
Project HIP-HOP, Roxbury, MA

The Organization

Project HIP-HOP (Highways Into the Past – History, Organizing, and Power) is a youth-led organization that works at the intersection of arts and organizing in the city of Boston. The organization's mission is to teach the hip hop generation how to use hip hop as a cultural tool to educate and motivate the community.

Project HIP-HOP was started in 1993 by local activists as a way to bridge the generational gap and connect Greater Boston area youth with the living history of the Civil Rights Movement in order to inspire a new generation to fight racism and other forms of social injustice while building their own movements.

In 2001, Project HIP-HOP became an independent 501(c)3 organization and hired its first Executive Director. Today Project HIP-HOP is an innovative and unique organization fueled by passion and creativity. The organization has developed a cultural organizing model sustained by youth leadership development, within which all work is situated. Cultural organizing is a social-justice strategy that places arts and culture at the center of organizing.

The Opportunity

After undergoing a full organizational assessment, resulting in key strengths, operational and strategic priorities, the board has identified the need for a passionate, creative, agile and experienced leader and manager with networks and funder relationships in Boston and/or state-wide.

The next executive director of Project HIP-HOP will build upon the work of founding Executive Director Mariama White-Hammond and inherit a highly visible and recognized organization in the city of Boston known for its theater performances and musical presentations including new-generation forms of art, like krumping, flash mobs and spoken word. The agency is in the final year of its strategic plan and has outlined the following priorities moving forward: securing a new location, executive transition, board development, and funding.

The executive director is accountable to an 8-16 member board of directors composed of professionals, alumni and community members and manages a staff of three along with additional interns and volunteers.

The Ideal Candidate

The executive director will provide essential leadership to guide organizational and programmatic shifts and help ensure stability during this transition period.

The successful candidate will be passionate about youth development, social justice/organizing and the arts. S/he will be a big picture strategic thinker grounded in local politics and committed to playing a prominent role in cutting edge local cultural organizing and advocacy, while also maintaining regional alliances in order to increase the scope and scale of impact.

The executive director must have proven leadership and management experience with a track record of managing high performing staff, as well as experience writing and managing grants, leading fundraising efforts, and fiscal management and oversight of a nonprofit organization or program of comparable size. Key responsibilities and duties for the executive director include:

- Program and Staff Management
- Resource Development and Communications
- Community Relations, Advocacy, and Organizing
- Budget, Finance, and Human Resources/Personnel Management
- Board of Directors Development and Management

Contact

This search is being conducted by Third Sector New England’s Executive Transitions Program with Transition Consultant Roosevelt Smith. All submissions are confidential. This is a full-time position offering compensation commensurate with experience, within the framework of the organization’s operating budget.

Interested candidates are encouraged to submit their resume, along with a cover letter that describes how their qualifications and experiences match the needs of Project HIP-HOP, salary requirements and how they learned of the position to: http://www.tsne.org/jobs/projecthiphop

Candidates are strongly encouraged to submit materials by March 21, 2014. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled with priority given to those received by this date.

Project HIP-HOP is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates.

Posted 3/9/14


Executive Director, Access Strategies Fund

Access Strategies Fund (Access) seeks a dynamic, creative and collaborative executive director to provide vibrant entrepreneurial leadership with an intersectional approach to gender, race and class. The new executive director will lead this highly respected and effective agency in fulfilling its mission of harnessing the collective power of underserved communities in Greater Boston and across Massachusetts.

Organization

Access is a small family philanthropic foundation that was founded in 1999 by Maria and Greg Jobin-Leeds, who were inspired by the success of social movements including: feminism, civil rights, anti-apartheid and others. As a progressive funder of social justice action and movement-building programs, Access is a leader within a complex philanthropic ecosystem that aligns resources to assist people of color, immigrants and women to become leaders of economic and democratic change. Since its beginning, Access has had far reaching impact as a leader, convener and facilitator of collaborative funding and thought-leadership movements.

Access is poised for change and growth as it continues to evolve its strategy in facilitating sustained, effective and collaborative movement-building. A recent organizational assessment identified key strengths, and operational and strategic priorities, for Access. The board is seeking an innovative and strategic leader who will shepherd the organization through the next stage of this evolution and expansion.

Profile of the Ideal Candidate

The following attributes, experiences, and skills, are sought in Access’ next executive:

-A demonstrated passion for and commitment to social change and innovative progressive movements, from both a nonprofit and a philanthropic perspective,
-A deep understanding of the intersections of race, class and gender in local and national budget decisions, with a strong commitment to having a positive impact on women’s issues and social justice,
-A compelling presence, strong public speaking and communications skills, along with highly effective external and internal communications abilities,
-Demonstrated leadership capacity and a talent for bringing grassroots leaders, movement-builders and funders together to enhance their opportunities to realize sustained and effective collaborative achievements,
-The capacity for building respectful, authentic and effective relationships with the board, staff, donors and collaborative partners,
-Able to think and act strategically, to make thoughtful and clear decisions that support organizational initiatives and to thrive in an environment of change, while supporting staff to do the same,
-Able to take a systems thinking approach to identify timely strategic opportunities that capitalize on Access’ ability to effectively marshal resources to make the greatest impact,
-Successful experience cultivating donor relationships and advising donor decision-making that aligns resources for greater impact on civic and public leadership, by increasing the capacity of nonprofits to engage more effectively within the civic arena,
-Proven ability to oversee, manage and integrate complimentary funding streams, to create effective financial models and to manage combined budgets,
-An understanding of the IRS differentiations for, and regulations governing, the advocacy roles of 501c(3) and c(4) organizations in order to ensure foundation and grantee compliance,
-Able to model personal and professional balance with integrity, resilience, a sense of humor, adaptability, humility and a commitment to learning,
-Strong management skills to effectively oversee all aspects of the administration and operations of a small organization.

Contact

This executive search is being conducted by Third Sector New England with Transition Consultant Doris Roach. This is a full-time position offering a competitive salary commensurate with skill and experience, and benefits.

Candidates should submit their resume, along with a cover letter describing how they learned about the position and how their qualifications and experiences match the needs of the organization to: http://www.tsne.org/jobs/accessstrategies

Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to submit materials promptly. The priority application deadline is March 31, 2014. Submissions will be accepted beyond that date until the position is filled. No phone calls please.

Access Strategies Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider and actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates.

Posted 3/7/14


Staff Attorney (2 positions)
Disability Law Center, Boston, MA

The Disability Law Center, a public interest law center representing individuals with disabilities, is seeking two experienced staff attorneys. For a detailed description of the positions, the application process and our generous benefits package, please go to DLC’s website: www.dlc-ma.org/careers.

DLC strongly encourages applications from individuals from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Salary range - $46,500 - $55,500
Email for application or questions – careers@dlc-ma.org

Posted 3/1/14


Madison Park Development Corporation (MPDC) seeks a Senior Asset Manager to join its Real Estate team. MPDC is an active and established community development corporation (CDC) that serves the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston with its housing and community development activities.

Please review the job description for the position.

Please direct all inquiries to madisonparkassetmanager@gmail.com. Applications are due by March 31, 2014, but earlier applications are encouraged. All applications will be confidentially reviewed and acknowledged.

Posted 2/12/14


Executive Director
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center
Cambridge, MA

Salary range - Commensurate with experience
Interested candidates please submit resume and cover letter at: http://www.tsne.org/jobs/cimc/

Additional information - position is full time

Job Description - see below

Cambridge Insight Meditation Center (CIMC) seeks a talented, collaborative executive director to lead a flourishing urban center for the practice of insight meditation.

The Organization

CIMC was established in 1985 to provide an environment where the contemplative life can be developed and protected amid the complexities of city living. Located in the heart of Cambridge, MA, CIMC offers a refuge where people of all religious, non-religious, and philosophical persuasions can come together to learn, support and deepen their practice.

CIMC provides a diverse array of programming, making it accessible to beginners as well as advanced practitioners. The programming includes introductory sessions, Dharma talks, meditation practice groups, workshops and retreats. Spiritual leadership is provided by three Guiding Teachers - Larry Rosenberg, who is also the founder, Narayan Helen Liebenson and Michael Grady.

In addition to the executive director, CIMC is supported by two highly-skilled staff members - the administrative director and the program & volunteer coordinator. The operations of the center are also supported by a group of dedicated volunteers, who are practicing members of the sangha. CIMC also has an active governing board with twelve members and five committees - Executive, Finance, Program, Funding, and Governance.

CIMC’s annual budget is $700,000 and the main revenue sources are program fees, membership fees and individual donations.

The Context, Opportunities, and Challenges

CIMC is a thriving, vibrant meditation center poised to improve its internal structure in order to better deliver and refine its high-quality programming. In June 2013, CIMC experienced the transition of a fourteen-year executive director. Since then, CIMC has had the support of a professional interim executive director while it has taken a deep look at itself and considered how it can operate more effectively. As a result of these discussions, the board has changed its governance structure, clarifying roles and shifting decision-making responsibilities. The structure of the teaching body is also in the process of being re-defined to reflect the evolving needs of both the sangha and the organization itself. Since CIMC is still experimenting with this new structure, the new executive director will need to work effectively with its staff, board, teachers and community members as this evolution continues. CIMC is also engaging in more intentional program planning as it considers how it might provide more comprehensive programming to fit the needs of its practitioners.

In tandem with a strengthening of its internal operations, fundraising will play a key role in the work of the new leader. CIMC has laid the groundwork for an endowment, but focused work is needed by the administrative director, staff and the sangha volunteers in order to fulfill the vision of a completed endowment fund.

The Ideal Candidate

The incoming executive director will lead an insight meditation center that provides a diverse array of programming and support to a large community of practitioners. Ideally, that person will be a Vipassana practitioner committed to CIMC’s mission, and will bring those principles and perspectives to leading the organization in moving forward. The executive director should be a seasoned manager with strong interpersonal skills and significant planning skills, and be able to think strategically and act as a change agent. That person will be skilled in collaboration and transparent in communications, and whose actions will be grounded in strong values. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated success as a facilitative leader who is able to support and inspire others through positive, inclusive engagement.

The executive director will report to the board of directors and is responsible for the strategic, programmatic, fundraising, financial and administrative leadership and management of the center.

Skills and Knowledge

Three to five years in a leadership capacity at a dharma center, ideally in the Vipassana tradition, or at a similar organization,
Experience working with teachers in a spiritual tradition,
Experience building staff teams, supervising staff and sustaining effective human resource policies and practices,
A Master’s degree in a related field is preferred; equivalent education and experience will be considered.

Contact

For a complete job description and/or to apply please visit: http://www.tsne.org/jobs/cimc/

This search is being conducted by Third Sector New England’s Executive Transitions program led by Consulting and Executive Transitions Director, Heather Harker, along with the search committee at CIMC. This is a full-time position offering a competitive salary and benefits commensurate with skill and experience.

Candidates should submit their resume, along with a cover letter describing how they learned about the position and how their qualifications and experiences match the needs of the organization to: http://www.tsne.org/jobs/cimc/ Only electronic applications sent through this link will be considered.

Posted 2/12/14


Executive Director for Access Strategies Fund (http://www.accessstrategies.org/).

Access Strategies Fund (Access) is seeking a dynamic, creative and collaborative executive director to lead the organization in fulfilling its mission of harnessing the collective power of underserved communities in Greater Boston and across Massachusetts.

Given your knowledge in this community, we would like to ask for your assistance in reaching individuals who may be interested in this opportunity. A brief summary of the position is included below and the complete position description and information for submitting a resume can be found at: http://www.tsne.org/jobs/accessstrategies. Please help us with this important search by sharing this information broadly with your network.

Organization and Profile

Access Strategies Fund is a small family philanthropic foundation that was founded in 1999. As a progressive funder of social justice action and movement-building programs, Access is a leader within a complex philanthropic ecosystem that aligns resources to assist people of color, immigrants and women, to become leaders of economic and democratic change. Since its beginning, Access has had far reaching impact as a leader, convener and facilitator of collaborative funding and thought-leadership movements.

Access is poised for change and growth as it continues to evolve its strategy in facilitating sustained, effective and collaborative movement-building. A recent organizational assessment identified key strengths and operational and strategic priorities for Access. The board is seeking an innovative and strategic leader who will shepherd the organization through the next stage of this evolution. Specific opportunities for the new executive director include:
Pursue collaborations, partnerships and joint ventures
Focus and position Access as an innovative leader within the wider funder landscape
Maintain an active and ongoing dialogue with other grassroots leaders and organizations
Work collaboratively with Access' founders to forward its mission and core values
Build and guide the board in implementing an effective organizational structure
Continue to evolve strategies for Access' programs
Develop and implement a strategic communications plan

Posted 2/12/14


Executive Director, Boston Workers Alliance

The Organization

Established in 2005, The Boston Workers Alliance (BWA) is a 501(c)3 grassroots member-led organization of under- and unemployed workers, united to end the crisis of joblessness in Boston’s urban communities of color. Through cooperation, political awareness, organizing and the development of its members as social change agents, BWA fervently challenges the political and economic structures that oppose full civic participation and the potential to live well.

BWA has established itself as a dynamic member-driven initiative against racism, CORI system (Criminal Order Record Information) discrimination and the crisis of joblessness in Boston's communities of color. BWA drives economic development projects and grassroots campaigns to win job opportunities for urban workers with barriers to employment. Its core program areas include member organizing, direct services, cooperative economic development and campaigns and coalition building.

BWA is at an important juncture in its organizational history. In spite of unanticipated executive transitions in recent years, BWA has successfully delivered quality programs and services and continues to enjoy a solid funding base. The organization maintains a solid national and regional reputation as a leader in the CORI reform movement and will be growing initiatives in re-entry and workforce development services.

After undergoing a full organizational assessment, resulting in key strengths and operational and strategic priorities, the board has identified the need for a passionate, strategic and experienced leader and manager with networks and funder relationships in Boston who will shepherd the organization into its next evolutionary stage. The executive director will provide essential leadership to guide organizational and programmatic shifts and help ensure stability during this transition period.

The Ideal Candidate

BWA is seeking a progressive, experienced leader with a heart for social and economic justice, organizing, re-entry and community empowerment.

The executive director must have proven leadership and management experience with a track record and experience writing and managing grants, leading fundraising efforts, fiscal management and oversight of a nonprofit organization or program of comparable size.

In addition, the executive director must be ethical and able to build trust, with strong communication and interpersonal skills. S/he must possess a demonstrated ability to build collaborative partnerships among culturally diverse community leaders, build an effective board, and create and implement strategic organizational plans.

Professional Requirements

- At least five years of demonstrated leadership and management experience, including supervision of professional and administrative staff.
- Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred) or the equivalent combination of training, experience and expertise acquired in the course of a progressive career of accomplishment.
- Evidenced commitment and belief in BWA’s mission and purpose.
- Compassion and connection to the plight of disenfranchised communities of color and individuals served by the organization.
- Cultural competence and personal experience with political, social and economic issues of the community served.
- Knowledge and senior level experience in organizing and campaigning around socio/economic justice issues and prison re-entry.
- Knowledge of financial management (budget development, payroll, financial reporting, familiarity using accounting software)
- Resource development and fundraising ability (donor cultivation, grant writing, development planning).
- Political savvy (negotiating, campaigning, advocating) with stakeholders, donors and general public.
- Organization skills; ability to set priorities, develop work plans and evaluate performance against agency strategic priorities, goals and objectives, and anticipated community impact.
- Networking, alliance and collaboration building skills.
- Technologically proficient (email, social media, cloud document sharing, etc.).

Personal Characteristics and Leadership Attributes

- Personality and presence to inspire, lead and guide the creativity of board, staff and other stakeholders.
- Social and emotional intelligence (to deal with passionate membership, various perspectives and loyalties and multiple issues of constituency).
- Ability to communicate, translate, interpret and execute a vision and solicit others to embrace and achieve it.
- Ability to lead and to remain flexible and innovative in a constantly changing environment.

Application

This search is being conducted by Third Sector New England's Executive Transitions Program with Transition Consultant Roosevelt Smith. All submissions are confidential.

For complete position profile and application guidelines, please visit www.tsne.org/jobs/bostonworkersalliance

Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply promptly. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled with priority given to applications received by March 7, 2014.

The Boston Workers Alliance is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates.

Posted 2/5/14


Health Confidence Campaign Coordinator

Health Care For All, a nationally recognized non-profit organization established in 1985, works to improve the health care system in Massachusetts to create affordable, accessible, high-quality patient-centered care for everyone. Our work is a combination of policy, advocacy, direct service, public education and community organizing, all dedicated to making the health care system more responsive to consumers. For more information about Health Care For All, please visit us at http://www.hcfama.org.

Position Summary:

“Health confidence” is measured and promoted by a set of tools that build partnership and engagement among patients and their caregivers. It has been proven successful at improving health while lowering health care costs (learn more at healthconfidence.org). HCFA has been promoting use of these tools in many contexts, and is working to expand their adoption in Massachusetts. The Health Confidence Campaign Coordinator will develop and carry out a campaign to engage patients, advocates and health care providers in using these tools to improve patients’ health confidence. This full-time position is funded for 6 months, with the possibility of an extension depending on funding.

Supervision:

The Health Confidence Campaign Coordinator will be supervised by the Research Director, and work in coordination with the Health Quality Manager.

Responsibilities:

- Develop and implement a health confidence outreach and education strategy for Massachusetts, in conjunction with Dr. John Wasson of Dartmouth Medical School, a developer of health confidence tools.
- Promote use of health confidence tools with key leaders and community members among both providers and consumers in targeted communities across Massachusetts.
- Work in coordination with other HCFA staff to educate the public about health confidence and the tools.
- Develop educational and outreach materials to promote health confidence tools.
- Coordinate media outreach and develop partnerships with statewide and community-based media.
- Develop working relationships with key staff and leaders in state government, legislature, and nonprofits.
- Work with leaders in Patient and Family Advisory Councils, Greater Boston Interfaith Organization, and other consumer organizations.
- Assist development team in identifying funding opportunities and submitting grant proposals.
- Coordinate regular meetings with a health confidence strategy team, including staff at HCFA, Community Catalyst, and elsewhere.

Qualifications:

- Fluency in one or more languages in addition to English is preferred.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
- Ability to work well with diverse groups.
- Capacity to travel within Massachusetts.
- Strong writing skills, including the ability to convey complex information in a clear, understandable manner
- Ability to work in a team environment.
- Ability to multitask and work independently in an organized manner, as well as to integrate efforts into overall organizational work.
- Experience working with marketing, publicity, and/or public relations preferred.
- Experience as either a participant or manager in an electoral or issue-based grassroots campaign, or background in consumer health education and outreach preferred.
- Energy and enthusiasm for entrepreneurship will be vital for a successful candidate.

Benefits:

- Generous paid time off policy
- Robust benefits package

- Convenient downtown Boston location

Applicants should submit a resume with a one page cover letter briefly summarizing their interest in and qualifications for the position to: jobs@hcfama.org. Please put “Health Confidence Campaign Coordinator” in the Subject line.

Health Care For All is an equal opportunity employer. Persons of color, women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Posted 12/18/13

Policy Analyst

The Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center (MassBudget) in Boston, MA is seeking a full-time Policy Analyst to work largely, although not exclusively, on education policy research. We’re seeking candidates who have strong policy analysis skills, work well in teams, and can communicate information effectively to diverse audiences.

This job is an exciting opportunity to contribute significantly to MassBudget's Education Finance Roadmap project, a multi-part research project that will propose major reforms to state education policy in Massachusetts. While overall Massachusetts schools lead the nation in student achievement, we know that looking at state totals masks many pressing challenges faced by low-income students, students of color, English Language Learners, recent immigrants, and special needs students.

About MassBudget
MassBudget produces non-partisan policy research, analysis, and data-driven recommendations focused on improving the lives of low- and middle-income children and adults, strengthening our state’s economy, and enhancing the quality of life in Massachusetts. MassBudget does rigorous budget and policy research, always striving to present this work in clear and engaging ways that are accessible to a broad range of audiences.

Responsibilities
The Policy Analyst, who will be part of MassBudget's research team and report to the Deputy Director, will be responsible for:
- Conducting research for MassBudget's Education Finance Roadmap project, including identifying actionable policy recommendations to increase all students’ access to a quality education
- Equipping diverse stakeholders and grassroots groups to use policy recommendations in their work including delivering presentations and partnering in coalitions
- Contributing to MassBudget's analysis of state budget proposals
- Contributing to MassBudget's Kids Count work, examining the well-being of kids in Massachusetts
- Contributing, at times, to other policy research (e.g. health care, revenue, human services)

Required Skills and Experience
- Master's degree or comparable professional experience
- Experience doing education or related policy research
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Comfort working with Excel and the full Office suite

Additional Desirable Skills and Experience
- Organizing experience, including developing strong working relationships with diverse stakeholder groups
- Computer graphic design skills (e.g. ability to help create infographics to accompany reports)
- Media and communications experience, including traditional and/or social media
- Fluency in a foreign language with a large presence in Massachusetts

Salary is competitive based on experience and education. MassBudget also provides generous benefits including health care, vacation, and a 401k plan.

MassBudget has a strong commitment to diversity. We encourage applications from persons whose characteristics will further our commitment to diversity.

How to apply: Please email resume and cover letter to Luc Schuster at jobs@massbudget.org and put “Policy Analyst” in the subject line. This position is open until filled.

Posted 12/11/13

OFFICE OF THE TREASURER AND RECEIVER GENERAL STEVEN GROSSMAN
As of November 25, 2013

ABOUT THE TREASURY
The Office of the Treasurer and Receiver General (Treasury) is responsible for managing the state’s daily cash flows and state-issued debt. The Treasurer's office administers the state employees' retirement system and the Unclaimed Property Division, and oversees independent agencies including the Massachusetts School Building Authority, Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, Massachusetts State Lottery Commission, and the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board. For more information about the Treasury please visit our website at www.mass.gov/treasury.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Positions with the Treasury can be found on the mass.gov website or by clicking on this link https://jobs.hrd.state.ma.us/recruit/public/3111/index.do and selecting Office of the State Treasurer and Receiver General under the agency option. Currently, the Treasury has the following opening(s):

TREASURY Job(s)

General Counsel II (pdf)

Qualified candidates may submit their resumes and cover letters to HR@tre.state.ma.us.

MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL BUILDING AUTHORITY
The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) is an independent public authority of which Treasurer Steven Grossman serves as Chair. The MSBA provides reimbursements to cities, towns and regional school districts to build and renovate eligible public K-12 facilities throughout the Commonwealth. To learn more about the MSBA and to view open positions, please cut and paste or click on this link: http://www.massschoolbuildings.org. Currently, the MSBA has the following opening(s):

MSBA Job(s)

Project Manager - Construction Administration (pdf)

Qualified candidates may submit their resumes and cover letters to HR@massschoolbuildings.org.

MASSACHUSETTS STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION
The commissioners oversee and provide final approval of the types of games, the consumer prices of games, the prize structure of games, the methods of prize payment, and the licensing of agents. The Massachusetts State Lottery Commission (Lottery) provides local aid for all 351 cities and towns in the state. Treasurer Grossman Chairs the Lottery Commission. To learn more about the Lottery and to view open positions, please cut and paste or click on this link: www.masslottery.com. Currently, the Lottery has the following opening(s):

LOTTERY Job(s)

Assistant Director/Regional Operations - N. East Region (Braintree/Woburn) (pdf)

Qualified candidates may submit their resumes and cover letters to humanresources@masslottery.com.

Qualified candidates may submit their resumes and cover letters to jobs@mapension.com or to the email address indicated on the job posting.
***Candidates are encouraged to periodically browse the above mentioned websites for updated postings. ***

Posted 11/25/13


Health Care For All

HelpLine One Care Ombudsman

Health Care For All (HCFA), a nationally recognized non-profit organization established in 1985, works to improve the health care system in Massachusetts to create affordable, accessible, high-quality patient-centered care for everyone. Our work is a combination of policy, advocacy, direct service, public education and community organizing, all dedicated to making the health care system more responsive to consumers. For more information about Health Care For All, please visit us at www.hcfama.org

Massachusetts is participating in a new federal demonstration project to provide coordinated care to adults with disabilities who are eligible for both the Medicare and MassHealth (Medicaid) programs. The combined program is called “One Care.” More information about One Care is available at www.mass.gov/eohhs/consumer/insurance/onecare/.

Health Care For All will be working with several other nonprofit organizations to serve as the One Care Ombudsman. The Ombudsman program ensures that persons with disabilities applying for or enrolled in One Care receive the benefits and rights to which they are entitled.

Primary Responsibilities:
The Helpline One Care Ombudsman will work at HCFA’s Boston office and be the initial contact for people contacting the Ombudsman program, either by phone or email. This person will ascertain the individual’s issue, categorize and document in a database the issue raised, and provide assistance if possible. More complex questions or issues requiring an investigation will be referred to other Ombudsman program staff. The HelpLine One Care Ombudsman will be part of HCFA’s Helpline team, and will be trained in the eligibility and enrollment process for Massachusetts health care system.

The Helpline One Line Ombudsman will preserve the privacy and confidentiality of those seeking services and maintain an independent, neutral/impartial position with respect to the concerns raised. The Helpline One Line Ombudsman will be supervised for day to day work by the HCFA Helpline manager, but will be an integral part of the Ombudsman team that is managed by the Disability Policy Consortium.

Requirements:

A bachelor's degree or equivalent. Relevant professional experience or academic work may be substituted for a bachelor's degree.
Experience with customer or client services preferred.
Prior experience with state or federal health care programs for people with disabilities preferred.
Ability to work effectively with diverse populations, with a strong preference for someone with a lived experience or extensive cultural knowledge of disabilities;
Ability to properly maintain proprietary and confidential information
§ Upon hire, the successful candidate must be cleared through the state’s Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) service

Competencies:

Strong interpersonal communication skills, including an ability to listen objectively but with empathy to people of varying levels of education and abilities.
Experience using computers and ability to navigate the internet;
Excellent problem solving and conflict resolution skills;
Ability to work effectively in a team environment;
Ability to multitask and work independently;
- Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills; demonstrated organizational skills
- Demonstrated ability to remain calm in a crisis, nonjudgmental and maintain confidentiality
- Demonstrated ability to convey complex information in a simple, clear, and understandable manner

Benefits:

- Generous paid time off policy
- Robust benefits package

- Convenient downtown Boston location

Applicants should submit a resume with a one page cover letter briefly summarizing their interest in and qualifications for the position to: jobs@hcfama.org. Please put “HelpLine One Care Ombudsman” in the Subject line.

Health Care For All is an equal opportunity employer. Persons of color, women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Posted 11/25/13


President, Greater Boston Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (GBPFLAG), Waltham, MA

The Search

Greater Boston Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (GBPFLAG), http://www.gbpflag.org/, is in an exciting stage of growth and seeks a new President to lead an accomplished and visionary organization that offers support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) youth, their families and communities, around the topic of sexual orientation and gender identity. GBPFLAG fosters dialogue, creates safe environments, and opens hearts and minds.

The Organization

For more than 20 years, Greater Boston PFLAG’s mission has been to work to create environments of understanding so that all people across Massachusetts can live with dignity and respect, through support, education, and advocacy. Specifically, GBPFLAG provides an opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity. As an organization, GBPFLAG was awarded The Chapter of the Year Award for outstanding advocacy on behalf of LGBTQ individuals and their families in 2006.

Through its three main programs: support, education, and advocacy, GBPFLAG helps change attitudes and creates an environment of understanding so that LGTBQ family members and friends can live in a world that is safe and inclusive. Education is provided through GBPFLAG’s award-winning Safe Schools and Communities Program, to ensure the safety and respect of students who are targets of discrimination and/or harassment and training in corporate, community and religious organizations. Support is offered through monthly meetings where parents, families, friends, and LGBTQ individuals meet to talk about issues that impact their relationships. Advocacy is a part of GBPFLAG’s everyday interaction with others, as the organization is active in the halls and offices of the Massachusetts State, and federal government, while advocating for safe schools, bullying prevention programs, and policies and programs that educate families about sexual orientation and gender identity and that promote parental acceptance.

GBPFLAG’s work is currently carried out by a dedicated, highly motivated, and skilled staff of two – the Executive Program Director and Administrative Assistant. GBPFLAG also has an active governing board with 13-members. There are five committees within the board - Communications and Technology, Fundraising and Development, Finance and Audit, Board Affairs, and Program Support and Outreach. GBPFLAG’s annual budget is $579,000. The primary revenue source is its signature annual Pride and Passion fundraiser with the balance being raised from donors, small grants, and honoraria.

Context, Opportunities, and Challenges

GBPFLAG is a small, yet powerful, organization that is at an exciting juncture and well poised to transition to the second phase of its organizational life cycle. It is moving from being a “family-oriented” organization, to one that has more management systems and processes in place, while recognizing the need to intentionally work through emerging strategic questions and challenges. Additionally, GBPFLAG is moving forward to provide increased programming in, and support for the transgender community. As a small organization with limited capacity, GBPFLAG has been spread thin. Recognizing and managing the strategic tensions and demands that accompany growth will be a key responsibility of the President.

The President will work in close collaboration with GBPFLAG’s experienced Executive Program Director, who formerly served as Executive Director. The Executive Program Director provided substantive organizational leadership to GBPFLAG for 14 years, has been recognized as the face of the organization, and is known for outstanding leadership in LGBTQ issues. She has chosen to transition from the Executive Director role, into this new role in order to better support the needs of a growing organization, with a focus on organizational strategy. A highly capable Interim Leader has been working with the organization since June 2013, and will serve in that role through the transition to the new President. Along with the Executive Program Director, the Administrative Assistant will report to and work with the President to achieve GBPFLAG’s mission. Apart from these two staff members, the Board will serve as a key strategic partner for the incoming President.

The board and staff have identified the following areas of focus for the strategic growth of the organization over the next few years: Fundraising, Education, Support for youth, parents, and families, Advocacy and Enhancing communications and technology.

Desired Professional Background

A minimum of four years of leadership and/or senior management experience in the nonprofit sector,
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required; a relevant advanced degree is a plus,
Experience cultivating new donors and maintaining relations with existing donors is a must,
Demonstrated ability to devise, implement and measure strategic, financial, operational and fundraising plans.
A track record of leading and supporting fundraising programs that include cultivation of individual donors - for the annual fund, major gifts and planned giving,
Experience with nonprofit governance and board development in order to create optimal circumstances for effective board work,
Experience in grassroots organizations with a demonstrated experience with managing volunteers,
Experience with, and/or connection to relevant identity communities: LGBTQ people, LGBTQ youth, LGBTQ elders, transgender and/or gender non-conforming people,
Ability to work collaboratively with a small staff while respecting individual roles and talents,
Familiarity with communities in and around the Greater Boston area is helpful, but not required.
Application Guidelines

This search is being conducted by Third Sector New England’s Executive Transitions program led by Consulting and Executive Transitions Director, Heather Harker, along with the search committee at GBPFLAG. This is a full-time position offering a competitive salary and benefits commensurate with skill and experience.

For a complete job description and/or to apply, candidates should submit their resume along with a cover letter describing how they learned about the position and how their qualifications and experiences match the needs of the organization to: http://www.tsne.org/jobs/gbpflag/ Only electronic applications sent through this link will be considered. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply promptly. The priority application deadline is December 13, 2013. Applications will be accepted beyond that date until the position is filled. No phone calls please.

GBPFLAG is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates.

Posted 11/21/13


Director of Resident Leadership and Services

Madison Park Development Corporation seeks to hire an experienced Director of Resident Leadership and Services to engage the tenants of the new MPDC real estate development projects and coordinate and manage the existing Resident Services Programs. New development projects now in process include Whittier Street and St. Botolph. The position requires a motivated and resourceful individual who is sensitive to resident needs; has excellent service coordination, team building, and group facilitation skills; and can thrive in a relatively independent environment working with a multidisciplinary team of service providers.

Responsibilities include:
- Develop relationships with residents and create and implement a resident engagement system and strategy
- Support resident leadership and empowerment, assisting in the development and establishment of a Resident Association
- Develop on-going relationships with the surrounding social service agencies
- Serve as an advocate and liaison for residents with service agencies and property management
- Implement activities that promote a healthy community among residents, facilitating support groups, youth programs, social celebrations, and resident empowerment
- Plan and coordinate on-site and off-site social/recreational activities
- Support resident leadership and empowerment by working closely with the Resident Association members
- Conduct surveys to assess resident needs, analyze survey results to evaluate program and plan relevant services for the community
- Attend appropriate internal and external meetings as assigned
- Provide resources and oversee activities and outcomes of the Resident Service in all MPDC properties
- Coordinate and facilitate Resident Leadership trainings twice annually
- Other duties as assigned

Qualifications include:
- 5+ years of resident engagement or organizing experience including substantial work in low income or disadvantaged communities;
- Ability to relate effectively with people of various backgrounds;
- Well-developed verbal and written communication skills;
- Skill in team building and motivation;
- Organized and self-motivated work habits;
- Prior experience working with property management and/or resident services
- Knowledge in public benefits
- Proficiency in a second language (Spanish, Creole, Portuguese) a plus.
- Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field or combination of education/experience in providing case management services and coordinating community resources and social services for individuals and families.

Compensation: Competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications, plus generous benefits.

How to apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Janet Grogan, Human Resources Manager, at jgrogan@madison-park.org. Applications will be accepted and decisions made on a rolling basis.

Madison Park Development Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Roxbury residents, people of color and women are encouraged to apply.

 

Posted 11/12/13


Director of Community Action

The Director of Community Action at Madison Park Development Corporation supervises and leads the efforts and actions of local area coordinators, outreach workers and teen peer leaders in resident-led initiatives that help transform our community. The Director develops, implements and evaluates a variety of community programs, including a youth collaborative, a voter education and mobilization coalition, a community learning center, and advocacy efforts to bring more resources to our neighborhood. This is a full time position reporting to the Managing Director of Programs and Operations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

- Supervise and oversee staff and activities, and conduct quarterly evaluation in the Department’s focus area programs, which include:
-- Health Equity and Community Wellness
-- Public Safety
-- Civic Engagement including RoxVote campaign
-- Youth Leadership and Workforce Development
-- Resident Leadership and Services
- Evaluate the work of staff and volunteers to ensure that programs are of appropriate quality and that resources are used effectively.
- Represent MPDC at meetings of collaborative partners and at community events;
- Manage department contracts and grants; write grants and reports and process related invoices;
- Initiate community assessment activities to generate and develop new programs;
- Establish and maintain relationships with other agencies and organizations in community to meet community needs;
- Manage and monitor Community Action department budget;
- Facilitate trainings and oversee events related to community action department activities;
- Research and analyze member or community needs to determine program directions and goals.

Qualifications:

- Minimum of 5 Years of organizing experience, combined with supervisory/management experience;
- Experience with youth-serving agencies and/or voter mobilization campaigns preferred;
- Experienced in program development, implementation and evaluation preferred;
- Strong written and verbal communication skills;
- Demonstrated ability to manage budgets;
- Facility with managing group dynamics and collective decision making;
- Familiarity with database software and Microsoft Office programs;
- Grant writing and fundraising experience preferred;

- Fluency in Spanish and English preferred;
- Demonstrated ability to organize multiple projects and attend to details;
- Sensitivity to racial and cultural diversity, gender orientation, and differing abilities.

Compensation:

Competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications, plus generous benefits.

How to apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Janet Grogan, Human Resources Manager, at jgrogan@madison-park.org. Applications will be accepted and decisions made on a rolling basis.

Madison Park Development Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Roxbury residents, people of color and women are encouraged to apply.

Posted 11/12/13


Massachusetts Life Sciences Center

Job Title: Marketing Associate
Div/Dept: Communications & Marketing
Reports to: VP for Communications & Marketing

Exempt Full-Time

PURPOSE OF THE JOB

Under the direct supervision of the Vice President for Communications & Marketing, responsible for supporting all aspects of the MLSC’s marketing activities. Works with the VP for Communications & Marketing to develop marketing messages for the Center and design related collateral materials. Coordinates conference and trade show participation. Responsible for management of social media, graphic design, and website content management. The person in this position will also support the MLSC’s business development efforts and communications activities.

II. FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Develop a thorough understanding of the MLSC’s programs, grant/loan awards and key stakeholders
- Together with the VP of Communications and Marketing and the CEO, develop the key marketing messages for the Center and incorporate them into presentations and collaterals
- Oversee the MLSC’s presence on social media, including Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and various blogs
- Manage the MLSC’s website, including updating of content and graphics using WordPress
- Manage the MLSC’s photo library
- Support the MLSC’s presence at both international and domestic trade shows and conferences, including pavilion and booth logistics, tabling schedules and marketing campaigns
- Assist with business development and international relations activities as needed, including meeting scheduling, preparation, participation and follow-up
- Coordinate follow-up with contacts made at trade shows and other events
- Coordinate electronic communications through Constant Contact, including new program announcements and weekly event listings
- Coordinate marketing-related participation in the MLSC’s Microsoft Dynamics database, including entry of new contacts and maintenance of information regarding existing contacts
- Manage or assist with the management of internal “infrastructure” projects at the MLSC that impact communications and media-related activities, e.g., web site upgrades, preparation of new collateral materials, etc.
- Assist in managing the MLSC Marketing and Communications Team budget and procurement process
- Design advertisements, flyers, pamphlets, and other collateral materials for distribution to the public
- Assist with the development and maintenance of positive, mutually-beneficial stakeholder relationships
- Perform other related duties as may be assigned or requested

III. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
The person in this position may supervise one or more interns

IV. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
- Bachelor’s degree preferred
- Minimum one-two (1-2) years professional experience in marketing or a related field
- High level of interpersonal skills to interact with the public and colleagues at the MLSC
- Excellent verbal and written communications skills
- Detail-oriented and demonstrating strong organizational capacity
- Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and demands; project management experience a plus
- Ability to exercise initiative in following through on assignments within stated deadlines
- Background knowledge or experience in the life sciences a plus
- Experience as a brand ambassador a plus
- Experience coordinating large-scale conferences and events internationally a plus
- Excellent computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, database, and presentation software (MS Outlook, MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint, Dynamics CRM) and WordPress required
- Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator) and CRM systems a plus

V. EXTENT OF PUBLIC CONTACT
- Extensive contact with internal and external stakeholders

VI. PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the primary functions of this job. The employee is frequently required to sit, stand, walk, talk, or hear; must be able to operate office equipment; occasional reaching above shoulder heights or below the waist; lift and/or move up to 15 pounds as required to file documents or store materials during the workday. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and color vision. Must be able to effectively communicate orally and in writing; must be able to establish and maintain professional interpersonal relationships. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

VII. WORKING CONDITIONS AND ENVIRONMENT
The work is performed primarily in an office setting. The noise level in the work environment is moderate.
- Must be able to work a regular work schedule of 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and attend some evening and weekend events
- Occasional adjustments to schedule may be required
- Some local and domestic travel required (no more than 20 percent)

Send your resume, cover letter and three writing samples to: jobs@masslifesciences.com
Subject: Marketing Associate

Posted 11/12/13


Massachusetts Life Sciences Center

Job Title: Senior Communications Coordinator
Div/Dept: Communications & Marketing
Reports to: VP for Communications & Marketing

Exempt Full-Time

PURPOSE OF THE JOB

Under the direct supervision of the Vice President for Communications & Marketing, responsible for supporting all aspects of the MLSC’s communications and public relations activities. Works with the VP for Communications & Marketing to draft press materials, organize press conferences and events, develop messaging, draft speeches and talking points, and develop powerpoint presentations. The person in this position will also support the MLSC’s marketing and business development efforts.

II. FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Develop a thorough understanding of the MLSC’s programs, grant/loan awards and key stakeholders
- Draft and edit the MLSC’s media advisories and press releases for program and business development announcements
- Manage the MLSC’s public announcements, speaking engagements and events calendar
- Coordinate MLSC press conferences, including event logistics and outreach
- Build beat reporter relationships by creating targeted media lists and pitches, responding to press inquiries (including assistance with responding to public records requests), and coordinating appropriate interviews
- Perform research for and compose talking points and speeches for government officials and MLSC staff
- Develop and design powerpoint presentations for use by government officials and MLSC staff; maintain the MLSC’s PowerPoint presentation and slide library
- Assist in managing the MLSC Marketing and Communications Team budget and procurement process
- Compile the MLSC’s annual report, ensuring compliance with statutory guidelines
- Monitor media coverage of the Center, portfolio companies and other relevant news and prepare weekly press clips for staff and other stakeholders
- Coordinate communications-related participation in the MLSC’s Microsoft Dynamics database, including entry of new contacts and maintenance of information regarding existing contacts
- Assist with the development and maintenance of positive, mutually-beneficial stakeholder relationships
- Manage or assist with the management of internal “infrastructure” projects at the MLSC that impact communications and media-related activities
- Perform other related duties as may be assigned or requested

III. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
The person in this position may supervise one or more interns

IV. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Minimum two-three (2-3) years professional experience in communications, media relations or a related field
- High level of interpersonal skills to interact with the public and colleagues at the MLSC
- Discreet, able to maintain confidentiality and possess good judgment
- Excellent verbal and written communications skills
- Detail-oriented and demonstrating strong organizational capacity
- Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and demands; project management experience a plus
- Ability to exercise initiative in following through on assignments within stated deadlines
- Background knowledge or experience in the life sciences a plus
- Familiarity with AP Style a plus
- Excellent computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, database and presentation software (MS Outlook, MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint, Dynamics CRM) required

V. EXTENT OF PUBLIC CONTACT
- Extensive contact with internal and external stakeholders
- Contact with media and public officials

VI. PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the primary functions of this job. The employee is frequently required to sit, stand, walk, talk, or hear; must be able to operate office equipment; occasional reaching above shoulder heights or below the waist; lift and/or move up to 15 pounds as required to file documents or store materials during the workday. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and color vision. Must be able to effectively communicate orally and in writing; must be able to establish and maintain professional interpersonal relationships. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

VII. WORKING CONDITIONS AND ENVIRONMENT
The work is performed primarily in an office setting. The noise level in the work environment is moderate.
- Must be able to work a regular work schedule of 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and attend some evening events
- Occasional adjustments to schedule may be required
- Some local and domestic travel required (no more than 15 percent)

Send your resume, cover letter and three writing samples to: jobs@masslifesciences.com
Subject: Senior Communications Coordinator

Posted 11/12/13


 
 

 

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